Computer keyboards and mice are exposed to a lot of dust and grit in jobsite offices and their lives can be short.
|(Photo courtesy of Cyberresearch Inc.)|
Now CyberResearch, a Branford, Conn.-based company with a line of PC-based data acquisition hardware and software, has introduced a rubber-sheeted keyboard with built-in mouse keys.
The device meets the National Electrical Manufacturers Association's ratings for withstanding falling dirt, rain, sleet, snow, wind-blown dust, hose-directed water and damage from external ice formation. "Whatever the environment is, it would withstand it," says Chris Watson, a CyberResearch engineer.
The keyboard still doesn't ruggedize your computer, but at $295, it's a start. Call 1-800-341-2525 for information.